CROP SELECTION & AVAILABILITY
We grow a diverse selection of organic vegetables and herbs that are delightful to farm and delicious to eat. With the assistance of hoop-houses, low-tunnels, and a root cellar, we’ve expanded our early and late-season production so we can store and harvest vegetables all-year-round.
COMMUNITY-SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) PROGRAM
Becoming a member of our CSA is the best way to support us. We have a standard 22-week season program–with weekly and biweekly options–as well as an extended year-round CSA and a Saturday Market Card, which rewards your upfront commitment with a 5-15% discount on your purchases at our Fulton St. Farmers Market stand.
We send out a weekly newsletter during the 22-week summer season with tips and tricks to best use your vegetable bounty, including a list of the items in that week’s share.
We seek to open your pallets to new varieties, new flavors and new ways to eat and process them, while providing standard favorites and a balanced abundance each week. Yields will vary from week to week and season to season, and thus, size, components, and options of share contents will also vary.
FULTON STREET FARMERS MARKET STAND
Find us on Saturdays at the Fulton Street Market from 8-2 PM during the season and 10-1 PM in the winter.
Here we’ll be vending a full-spread of the freshest, seasonal vegetables. Talk to us about ordering in bulk! We’d be happy to meet your sauerkraut needs, provide the salad for your next big shindig or stock an heirloom tomato bar for your wedding.
AREA RESTAURANTS & DISTRIBUTORS
If you frequent farm-to-table restaurants in Grand Rapids, there’s a good chance you’ve been served some Green Wagon fare. Area chefs have worked alongside us in our fields, shared meals at our picnic table, and helped us create on-farm dinners for our community.
You can taste our goods downtown when you dine at Garden Diner & Cafe or Reserve Wine & Food–or at Vitales in Comstock park, Sip Organic Juice Bar or Harmony Brewing Eastown in Eastown, and at Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada. Our produce is also featured in Grand Rapids’ first frozen CSA, Save the Season, and distributed by Cherry Capital–a Traverse City company that works to distribute good food statewide.
If you are a local chef interested in sourcing organic vegetables and herbs, drop us a line!
[Photographs by Spark Creative Photography]